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I am a jewelry designer whose signature designs are leather cuffs using various mediums to decorate said cuff. I saw on-line a metal clasp that can be used on leather - either belts or cuffs - on a website in China. I then saw a similar clasp on a leather cuff on a site used by a company in Texas. The Texas designer said they had copyright claims on the cuff as a whole - my questions, can I use the clasp that is similar to the Texas designer to the one I found in China on my leather cuffs. There is only one way to use these clasps and it seems that it is a pre-existing piece.